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Learning about linear equations and inequalitiesÂ can be tough. Â Once you feel you mastered one type of problem you get stumped on the next. Â This course is structured to not leave you behind in the dust. Â I start off each section with basic definitions and processes you will need to know moving through the course. Â I then present two types of videosÂ to you for each skill. Â First is the overview video where I explain the concept as a whole like a typical lecture in a classroom. Â I then work through multiple examples showing you step by step how toÂ complete different types ofÂ problems. Â We both know watching someone do math is not the best way to learn. Â You have to practice! Each section you are provided with multipleÂ worksheetsÂ to practice your skills as well as the answer to check your answers. Â Revert back to videos if you get stuck and forget how to solve the problems.Â Once you feel you have a goodÂ grasp of your understanding it is time to take your quiz. There are multiple quizzes provided for each section.Â Take the quizzesÂ as many times as you need to earnÂ 100%. Â There is no pressure you are hear to learn. By taking this course you will not only gain a better understanding of linear equations and inequalitiesÂ but you will gain confidence to solve more problems on your own. That is why I created this course. I want students to no longer fear learning math or walking into their math class because they just don't understand. Â Everyone can learn math. Â Some it just takes a little longer, some just need a little boast and some need a course like I designed to guide them through the material. Heck once you complete this course, show your teacher! You deserve and A. Â I am here for you and by joining this course you are now one of my students just as important to me as the 140 students I teach in the classroomÂ during the school year. So please keep in touch, let me know how I am doing and if there is anything extra I can provide to assist you with your learning of linear equations and inequalities.
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Section 1: Introduction  

Lecture 1 
Introduction
Preview

02:30  
Section 2: The basic stuff you need to know to solve linear equations  
Lecture 2 
What is an equation?

01:57  
Lecture 3 
What is a solution to an equation?

03:09  
Lecture 4 
What does it mean to isolate a variable?

01:42  
Lecture 5 
What are inverse operations?

02:57  
Lecture 6 
What are the properties of equality?

02:39  
Section 3: Solving Linear Equations  
Lecture 7 
Overview how to solve onestep equations

03:23  
Lecture 8 
Examples for solving onestep equations

11:20  
Lecture 9 
Quiz  OneStep Equations

Article  
Lecture 10 
Overview how to solve twostep equations

04:29  
Lecture 11 
Examples for solving twostep equations

11:01  
Lecture 12 
Quiz  Solving TwoStep Equations

Article  
Lecture 13 
Overview how to solve multistep equations variable same side

01:46  
Lecture 14 
Examples for multistep equations with variables on the same side

09:38  
Lecture 15 
Quiz  Multistep equations same side

Article  
Lecture 16 
Overview how to solve multistep equation variable on both sides

02:39  
Lecture 17 
Examples for solving multistep equations with variables on both sides

08:49  
Lecture 18 
Quiz  Multistep Equations Opposite Sides

Article  
Section 4: Literal Equations  
Lecture 19 
Examples Solving Linear Literal Equations

08:10  
Lecture 20 
Examples Solving Literal Equation as formulas

09:42  
Lecture 21 
Examples Solving Literal Equations with Multiple Steps

11:34  
Section 5: Solving and Graphing OneVariable Inequalities  
Lecture 22 
Examples for graphing onevariable inequalities

08:14  
Lecture 23 
Examples for Solving and Graphing OneVarialbe Inequalities

08:47  
Lecture 24 
Examples for Solving and Graphing Multistep Inequalities

12:03  
Lecture 25 
Quiz  Solving and Graphing OneVariable Inequalities

Article  
Lecture 26 
Examples for Solving and Graphing Compound And Inequalities

12:18  
Lecture 27 
Examples for Solving and Graphing Compound OR Inequalities

08:15  
Lecture 28 
Quiz  Solving and Graphing Compound Inequalities

Article  
Lecture 29 
Examples for Writing the Compound Inequality from a Graph

05:07  
Section 6: The Basics for writing the equation of a line  
Lecture 30 
What are perpendicular lines?

04:11  
Lecture 31 
What is a linear equation?

04:39  
Lecture 32 
What is slope?

04:28  
Lecture 33 
What is the yintercept

02:58  
Lecture 34 
What are parallel lines?

03:05  
Lecture 35 
What is the slope formula?

04:30  
Section 7: Writing the Equation of a line  
Lecture 36 
Overview determining the slope between two points

01:43  
Lecture 37 
Examples for determining the slope between two points

07:19  
Lecture 38 
Overview for determining the slope between two points

01:43  
Lecture 39 
Examples Writing the equation of a line given the slope and yintercept

04:18  
Lecture 40 
Examples Writing the equation given the slope through a point

07:54  
Lecture 41 
Quiz  Write Equation Given Point and Slope

Article  
Lecture 42 
Examples for Writing the equation of a line between two points

12:38  
Lecture 43 
Quiz  Write Equation Given Two Points

Article  
Lecture 44 
Examples for Writing the equation of a line parallel to another line

07:34  
Lecture 45 
Quiz  Write Equation Parallel to Another Line Through Point

Article  
Lecture 46 
Examples for Writing the equation of a line perpendicular to another line

08:06  
Lecture 47 
Quiz  Write Equation Perpendicular Through a Point

Article  
Section 8: Direct Variation  
Lecture 48 
Examples for writing direct variation of a line through a point

05:20  
Lecture 49 
Examples for writing direct variation when y varies directly with x

04:14  
Lecture 50 
Examples for riting direct variation when y varies directly with x and fractions

03:40  
Lecture 51 
Examples for solving for the missing variable when y varies directly with

06:58  
Lecture 52 
Examples for determining if an equation is an example of direct variation or not

04:17  
Section 9: The Basics of Graphing Linear Equations  
Lecture 53  04:39  
Learn what a linear equation is 

Lecture 54  02:44  
I will explain what the parent function of a linear equation is 

Lecture 55  04:20  
I will show you how to convert between slope intercept for and standard form 

Lecture 56  02:58  
I will explain what the x and y intercepts are of a linear equation 

Lecture 57  03:59  
I will explain what is slope intercept form and how we use it to graph 

Section 10: Graphing Linear Equations in slopeintercept and Standard form  
Lecture 58 
Overview how to graph an equation in slope intercept form

06:44  
Lecture 59  09:45  
In this video I will show you how to graph a linear equation in slopeintercept form 

Lecture 60  Article  
In this quiz you will test your skills for graphing linear equations in slope intercept form 

Lecture 61 
Overview how to graph an equation in standard form

04:34  
Lecture 62  11:00  
In this video I will show you how to graph a linear equation in standard form 

Lecture 63  Article  
In this quiz you will test your skills for graphing a linear equation in standard form 

Section 11: Basics for Graphing Linear Inequalities  
Lecture 64  02:10  
I will show you how to determine if the boundry line is shaded or dashed 

Lecture 65  03:54  
I will show you how to shade an inequality 

Section 12: Graphing Linear Inequalities  
Lecture 66  10:36  
I will show you how to graph an inequality in slope intercept form 

Lecture 67 
Examples for graphing linear inequalities in standard form

09:21  
Lecture 68  Article  
In this quiz you will be able to test your skills for graphing linear inequalities 

Section 13: Conclusion  
Lecture 69  Article  
Test your skills of this course with the final test 

Section 14: Bonus  Basics of Absolute Value  
Lecture 70 
What is the absolute value symbol mean?

02:32  
Lecture 71 
What is the graph of an absolute value function?

03:38  
Section 15: Bonus  Absolute Value Equations  
Lecture 72 
Overview for solving absolute value equations

02:16  
Lecture 73 
Examples for solving onestep absolute value equations

06:11  
Lecture 74 
Examples for solving twostep absolute value equations

06:33  
Lecture 75 
Examples for solving Absolute value equations with extraneous solutions

16:03  
Lecture 76 
Examples for solving and graphing absolute value inequalities AND

09:35  
Lecture 77 
Examples for solving and graphing absolute value inequalities OR

09:23  
Lecture 78 
Overview for how to graph absolute value equations

02:55  
Lecture 79 
Examples for Graphing Absolute Value Equations with translations

07:18  
Lecture 80 
Examples for graphing absolute value equations with multiple transformations

06:35  
Lecture 81 
Examples for graphing absolute value equations with dialations

08:04  
Lecture 82 
Overview for how to graph absolute value inequalities

03:54  
Lecture 83 
Examples for graphing absolute value inequalities

09:05  
Lecture 84 
Examples for graphing absolute value inequalities with dialations

08:00 
I am a high school that is on a mission to improve math education. I was that student that sat in the back of class frustrated with the boredom of class and the lack of understanding. I made the decision to become a math teacher to make a difference in others lives. I knew that with the struggles I had I could relate well to students that struggled with math. With a weak math background I set out to get a degree in mathematics. In was a difficult journey and I worked very hard not just to pass my math classes but to have an understanding of what I was doing. I learned a lot about myself, mathematics and what it takes to be successful in class through my time at college. I want to pass along my experience to you the student so that may have your own success with mathematics.